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This from March 2012, SF:

Update: The Chron is reporting that this was just a "small blast" and that the manhole cover was dislodged but "remained in its casing," and no one was injured. The streets were blocked off for an hour while fire officials investigated. The cause, says PG&E, was an underground equipment malfunction

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*facepalm* Sorry RadChick, I had meant to say Thank You for the links & info. All in all a pretty good group of People working on this issue :-)
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This from August 13, 2012, Salt Lake City (notice all of these occurring near faults (with poss exception of the Glen Falls NY event) or sites of previous boom events?):

SALT LAKE CITY — Firefighters downtown said an underground explosion caused a couple of manhole covers to blow off, resulting in a fire beneath the street.

Salt Lake City Fire spokesman Jason Asay said the explosion took place at 200 East and 300 South shortly after 3 p.m.

Salt Lake Fire says that the explosion happened at a Rocky Mountain Power electrical vault under the intersection.


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*facepalm* Sorry RadChick, I had meant to say Thank You for the links & info. All in all a pretty good group of People working on this issue :-)
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No problem, this could be the most important work we ever do! The shilling is actually pretty entertaining considering the obvious IQ involved hf
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Update on Wisconsin underground explosion:

"There was a failure in the electrical supply lines between the transformer and the hotel service panel," said Desantis.

The explosion happened around 5:30 p.m., closing the LaQuinta Inn hotel.

When officials put out the fire, they said there was no sign of explosive gases.

"The initial testing after the fire was extinguished didn't show what that may be," said Desantis.

But city officials said the heat, combined with the materials inside could have led to a lot of pressure and the blast.

"Anytime there's a concealed space, confined space, there is a potential for build up of different gases, whether they be toxic or explosive," said Desantis.


Wausau city officials said there have been at least three similar issues over the past four years, including one in 2011 that set the very same hotel on fire.

Officials said they're not sure if those incidents are connected.


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Another from Cali you may remember, mid-August 2012 (and no cause identified):


People who live near Pleasant Valley say their days have been interrupted by loud booms, shaking the floor beneath them.

“You can feel it in the ground, no question about it. But no one’s been able to figure out why,” said Pleasant Valley resident Peter O’Grady. “I tend to hear somewhere between four to six of these things during the weekdays usually between 11 p.m. and 2 p.m.



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Old thread but good info:
Thread: Why the Well in the Gulf cannot be stopped - What you didn't know about the pressure
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Stacks of generators slated for delivery to New Orleans, vid posted 10/06/2012:



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Morning everyone, Don't normally give other folks dreams much attn but these two snippets caught my attn this morning, due to the ongoing discussion on this thread. the first was part of the threads OP post. Second snip was part of a response.

Date: October 14, 2012 at 07:09:03 The other story was garbled like there were random feeds coming into the newsroom at the TV station. A large EQ had hit Southeastern Missouri and parts east & north of there. I heard "Yes, St. Louis has had some damage." The first area in SE Mo had suddenly given way and dropped 34 feet. An area of many square miles. Liquefaction.

2nd snip: The next day I heard voices talking while asleep. 2 men were discussing s.th. very emotionally. I could not see anybody/thing but the two reminded me of Muppets Statler and Waldorf. So they were trying to remember where IT started. IT must have been a seismic event I believed immediately. The one said: 'It began wth the New Madrid.' The other one replied:'No wth the Gulf of Mexico!' 'No wrong', said the first again 'it was the Gulf of Cali.' EOD

On another note, it is interesting that there are so many underground "explosions" happening all over recently. Makes one wonder.
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Update on Wisconsin underground explosion:

"There was a failure in the electrical supply lines between the transformer and the hotel service panel," said Desantis.

The explosion happened around 5:30 p.m., closing the LaQuinta Inn hotel.

When officials put out the fire, they said there was no sign of explosive gases.

"The initial testing after the fire was extinguished didn't show what that may be," said Desantis.

But city officials said the heat, combined with the materials inside could have led to a lot of pressure and the blast.

"Anytime there's a concealed space, confined space, there is a potential for build up of different gases, whether they be toxic or explosive," said Desantis.


Wausau city officials said there have been at least three similar issues over the past four years, including one in 2011 that set the very same hotel on fire.

Officials said they're not sure if those incidents are connected.


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Are you thinking that all those booms that people keep hearing might be unground explosions that just haven't had a noticable effect above ground?
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It's so good to see familiar names back on this site. I read it everyday and depend on the wise information I find here to add to other information so I can be prepared for "whatever".

Thanks to each and every one of you that have added valuable information.
~Marsute~
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Update on Wisconsin underground explosion:

"There was a failure in the electrical supply lines between the transformer and the hotel service panel," said Desantis.

The explosion happened around 5:30 p.m., closing the LaQuinta Inn hotel.

When officials put out the fire, they said there was no sign of explosive gases.

"The initial testing after the fire was extinguished didn't show what that may be," said Desantis.

But city officials said the heat, combined with the materials inside could have led to a lot of pressure and the blast.

"Anytime there's a concealed space, confined space, there is a potential for build up of different gases, whether they be toxic or explosive," said Desantis.


Wausau city officials said there have been at least three similar issues over the past four years, including one in 2011 that set the very same hotel on fire.

Officials said they're not sure if those incidents are connected.


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Are you thinking that all those booms that people keep hearing might be unground explosions that just haven't had a noticable effect above ground?
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Matt Simmons had said that methane gas expansion can do so at supersonic speed, expanding in volume 7-10x...frozen methane HYDRATES will expand 178x in volume (Nils-Axl-Morner Syndrome)which are a mile thick in the GOM...we have expansion of invasive crude oil in the sinkhole from an unknown source, reactivation of BP leak, and boom events all near fault zones from one side of the country to the other, as well as earthquakes in weird places, especially in LA and now surrounding parishes, as well as GA and TX. It seems like there is pressure from SOMEWHERE...No one knows if these events are related, if they do they probably won't tell us...but if they are, how bad will it get? And my concern is 1) what people are breathing in the area right now (as fumes from crude oil more toxic than mustard gas per Matt Simmons) 2) blast radius if butane cavern explodes and how that will effect other caverns storing radioactive material and other hazardous things 3) subsequent pressure on not only the Mercondo site from possible blast, but the New Madrid Rift (which is capable of very large earthquakes) and 4) Nuke plants in all the effected areas having subsequent meltdowns as a result of 2 & 3. According to Jack Reed's Theory, this would mean every nuke plant from Mexico to Nova Scotia. Jack Reed's theory which makes way more sense than GOM being faultless bowl as USGS says it is: [link to www.aapg.org]

BTW a woman posting on my page stated the Glen Falls news report below is total bs from what her electrical journeyman husband said...something MAJOR happened to blow manhole covers off all over the town and damage buildings. He has worked at the underground utility site where the explosion occurred. They live in Glen Falls and have new sinkholes (although small -5 feet in dia or less) all over their property, so does the farmer next to them, appearing since July.

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I know on one of the threads someone asked where is Kindra Arnesen. I found this
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no clue how to embed, sorry

found this also...I sure hope it's okay to link here???

[link to hoodooed.blogspot.com]

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Sinkhole UPDATE

Crude oil covering sinkhole, flowing into adjacent environment

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Lots of incredible detective work and updates - there are some first rate posters on this thread who've worked diligently to dig up facts since the early stages of the sinkhole situation. Your research makes a difference to understanding the gravity and potential outcome. Thank you.
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New official map of giant sinkhole dimensions shows significant growth (PHOTO)

[link to enenews.com]

Hidden? New official map has largest dimension of sinkhole same color as background — Unable to be seen without manipulating image (PHOTO)

[link to enenews.com]

State Expert: Over 50,000 gallons of crude oil from giant sinkhole already collected? (PHOTO & VIDEO)

[link to enenews.com]

Company blamed for disaster now taking weekend off at giant sinkhole — To resume collecting oil Monday

[link to enenews.com]
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New official map of giant sinkhole dimensions shows significant growth (PHOTO)

[link to enenews.com]

Hidden? New official map has largest dimension of sinkhole same color as background — Unable to be seen without manipulating image (PHOTO)

[link to enenews.com]

State Expert: Over 50,000 gallons of crude oil from giant sinkhole already collected? (PHOTO & VIDEO)

[link to enenews.com]

Company blamed for disaster now taking weekend off at giant sinkhole — To resume collecting oil Monday

[link to enenews.com]
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I looked at that map and didnt see the dimension in black at all...it was cleverly done and easy to miss that larger width on the image.
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Updated salt Dome Map

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no, no, no, no, no. people have been publishing erroneous
information about the Texas Brine Cavern and the Napoleon Salt Dome ever since this fiasco started

what you have circled in red there is only the little bitty
Texas Brine Cavern. and, the Texas brine cavern is only one
of many caverns that have been carved out within the Napoleanville Salt Dome. below is a photograph of the actual
area of the Napoleanville Salt Dome and it is approx. 1 mile by 3 miles.


[link to dnr.louisiana.gov]
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It's the same map. The red outline IS the salt dome. And yes it is 1 by 3 miles. The cavern is just one of 57 caverns on the dome, and all the way to the left of the red line. Yes, I know that. And I didn't draw the line. GOHSEP did. Stop trolling me.
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Not sure if it is relevant but a little too close to current events not to comment...

there was a well blowout just off highway 70 in August 2010..here is an image showing the sinkhole location ( on the left of the image ) and the field where the well blowout occurred...

[link to imageshack.us]


Portas said the well's only engaged blowout preventer failed Aug. 11th, causing a mixture of oil, natural gas and salt water to spew. Both the well's blowout preventers were tested and functioning properly two days prior, according to Portas, who did not say why only one blowout preventer was engaged at the time of the blowout.

[link to www.wbrz.com]

"From the people who have been around the well itself, it appears there's a lot of sand and a lot of water, which may explain why they've had no success lighting the well," said Waguespack.

[link to www.wbrz.com]
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Updated salt Dome Map

[link to www.edsuite.com]

 Quoting: Patassa


no, no, no, no, no. people have been publishing erroneous
information about the Texas Brine Cavern and the Napoleon Salt Dome ever since this fiasco started

what you have circled in red there is only the little bitty
Texas Brine Cavern. and, the Texas brine cavern is only one
of many caverns that have been carved out within the Napoleanville Salt Dome. below is a photograph of the actual
area of the Napoleanville Salt Dome and it is approx. 1 mile by 3 miles.


[link to dnr.louisiana.gov]
 Quoting: dr.einstein


It's the same map. The red outline IS the salt dome. And yes it is 1 by 3 miles. The cavern is just one of 57 caverns on the dome, and all the way to the left of the red line. Yes, I know that. And I didn't draw the line. GOHSEP did. Stop trolling me.
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hey, look here. if yer gonna put yer stuff out in public
yer fair game little buddy. learn to live with it.

btw. i was wrong. thanks for disabusing me of my folly.
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Not sure if it is relevant but a little too close to current events not to comment...

there was a well blowout just off highway 70 in August 2010..here is an image showing the sinkhole location ( on the left of the image ) and the field where the well blowout occurred...

[link to imageshack.us]


Portas said the well's only engaged blowout preventer failed Aug. 11th, causing a mixture of oil, natural gas and salt water to spew. Both the well's blowout preventers were tested and functioning properly two days prior, according to Portas, who did not say why only one blowout preventer was engaged at the time of the blowout.

[link to www.wbrz.com]

"From the people who have been around the well itself, it appears there's a lot of sand and a lot of water, which may explain why they've had no success lighting the well," said Waguespack.

[link to www.wbrz.com]
 Quoting: taniatarn


Also interesting to note the wording here..

State health officials say at least 14 medical visits for minor health issues have been attributed to a well spewing oil, gas, brine and other material in Paincourtville since a blowout last week.

[link to www.katc.com]

Perhaps the drilling of this exploratory well is the REAL reason the dome was breached??
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Not sure if it is relevant but a little too close to current events not to comment...

there was a well blowout just off highway 70 in August 2010..here is an image showing the sinkhole location ( on the left of the image ) and the field where the well blowout occurred...

[link to imageshack.us]


Portas said the well's only engaged blowout preventer failed Aug. 11th, causing a mixture of oil, natural gas and salt water to spew. Both the well's blowout preventers were tested and functioning properly two days prior, according to Portas, who did not say why only one blowout preventer was engaged at the time of the blowout.

[link to www.wbrz.com]

"From the people who have been around the well itself, it appears there's a lot of sand and a lot of water, which may explain why they've had no success lighting the well," said Waguespack.

[link to www.wbrz.com]
 Quoting: taniatarn


Also interesting to note the wording here..

State health officials say at least 14 medical visits for minor health issues have been attributed to a well spewing oil, gas, brine and other material in Paincourtville since a blowout last week.

[link to www.katc.com]

Perhaps the drilling of this exploratory well is the REAL reason the dome was breached??
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And also this...

Assumption Parish Sheriff Michael Waguespack said last week "they're digging a relief well, have completed over 3,000 feet of it, and should be down 7,000 feet in two to three weeks." He explained that the original "well bridged as sand collapsed into it, stopping the outflow of oil on Aug. 24

The well shot plumes of oil, gas and clouds of sand and water hundreds of feet into the air. The geysers subsided after a period of days, but the well continued to spew at slower rates for over two weeks. Industry estimates are that over 3,000 barrels of oil, and many millions of cubic feet of both natural gas and brine escaped from the well.

[link to www.huffingtonpost.com]

Great article by the way...well worth reading...
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Not sure if it is relevant but a little too close to current events not to comment...

there was a well blowout just off highway 70 in August 2010..here is an image showing the sinkhole location ( on the left of the image ) and the field where the well blowout occurred...

[link to imageshack.us]

 Quoting: taniatarn


damn this is a huge find! hell yes! a fact that needs
to be at the forefront of everyone's considerations.

what it proves is that there is DEFINITELY some kind
of monster oil and gas reservoir down there!

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Update on Wisconsin underground explosion:

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Are you thinking that all those booms that people keep hearing might be unground explosions that just haven't had a noticable effect above ground?
 Quoting: alexisj9


Matt Simmons had said that methane gas expansion can do so at supersonic speed, expanding in volume 7-10x...frozen methane HYDRATES will expand 178x in volume (Nils-Axl-Morner Syndrome)which are a mile thick in the GOM...we have expansion of invasive crude oil in the sinkhole from an unknown source, reactivation of BP leak, and boom events all near fault zones from one side of the country to the other, as well as earthquakes in weird places, especially in LA and now surrounding parishes, as well as GA and TX. It seems like there is pressure from SOMEWHERE...No one knows if these events are related, if they do they probably won't tell us...but if they are, how bad will it get? And my concern is 1) what people are breathing in the area right now (as fumes from crude oil more toxic than mustard gas per Matt Simmons) 2) blast radius if butane cavern explodes and how that will effect other caverns storing radioactive material and other hazardous things 3) subsequent pressure on not only the Mercondo site from possible blast, but the New Madrid Rift (which is capable of very large earthquakes) and 4) Nuke plants in all the effected areas having subsequent meltdowns as a result of 2 & 3. According to Jack Reed's Theory, this would mean every nuke plant from Mexico to Nova Scotia. Jack Reed's theory which makes way more sense than GOM being faultless bowl as USGS says it is: [link to www.aapg.org]

BTW a woman posting on my page stated the Glen Falls news report below is total bs from what her electrical journeyman husband said...something MAJOR happened to blow manhole covers off all over the town and damage buildings. He has worked at the underground utility site where the explosion occurred. They live in Glen Falls and have new sinkholes (although small -5 feet in dia or less) all over their property, so does the farmer next to them, appearing since July.

[link to poststar.com]
 Quoting: RadChick


Kingsbury is next to GLenns Falls


Kingsbury issues boil-water notice

2012-10-11 Kingsbury issues boil-water notice The Post-Star
October 11, 2012 2:41 pm

KINGSBURY -- A boil-water notice was issued for the entire town of Kingsbury on Thursday after state officials found
“disease causing” organisms in the system...


Town Supervisor Jim Lindsay said trace amounts of E. coli bacteria were found during a routine town water test.

[link to poststar.com]

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Updated salt Dome Map

[link to www.edsuite.com]

 Quoting: Patassa


no, no, no, no, no. people have been publishing erroneous
information about the Texas Brine Cavern and the Napoleon Salt Dome ever since this fiasco started

what you have circled in red there is only the little bitty
Texas Brine Cavern. and, the Texas brine cavern is only one
of many caverns that have been carved out within the Napoleanville Salt Dome. below is a photograph of the actual
area of the Napoleanville Salt Dome and it is approx. 1 mile by 3 miles.


[link to dnr.louisiana.gov]
 Quoting: dr.einstein


It's the same map. The red outline IS the salt dome. And yes it is 1 by 3 miles. The cavern is just one of 57 caverns on the dome, and all the way to the left of the red line. Yes, I know that. And I didn't draw the line. GOHSEP did. Stop trolling me.
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hey, look here. if yer gonna put yer stuff out in public
yer fair game little buddy. learn to live with it.

btw. i was wrong. thanks for disabusing me of my folly.
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This "dr e" as he proudly co-opts, steals & soils a name of greatness & is trolling every LA thread. Look at what he is advocating on the "why the well in the Gulf cannot be Stopped thread...": Thread: Why the Well in the Gulf cannot be stopped - What you didn't know about the pressure (Page 3)

yes.

and the only solution to this thing is that BP and Transocean
be allowed to drill 5 or 6 wells into the Macondo Reservoir
and draw out all of the oil, which will reduce the pressure
and stop the leak.

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Ok dr e, can we say beware of the quick fix? A company man has to tow the line huh - who cares how many people may die?
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Thread: SINKHOLE ...OIL IN The aquifer system TO BE IN 7 STATES ??? COMMENTS ABUZZ ON THE WEB

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yes.

and the only solution to this thing is to let BP and Transocean
be allowed to drill 5 or 6 wells into the Macondo Reservoir
and draw out all of the oil, which will reduce the pressure
and stop the leak.
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Company man alert, he's spewing his load on every LA thread. Beware the quick fix. I think every one here is a lot smarter than to buy your line...
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I don't know, man. I mean, you've got a pressure problem, right? Have you got a better idea?
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10/14/2012 10:12 PM
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Re: Don't make ASSUMPTIONS; try to Understand.
yes.

and the only solution to this thing is to let BP and Transocean
be allowed to drill 5 or 6 wells into the Macondo Reservoir
and draw out all of the oil, which will reduce the pressure
and stop the leak.
 Quoting: dr.einstein


Company man alert, he's spewing his load on every LA thread. Beware the quick fix. I think every one here is a lot smarter than to buy your line...
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I don't know, man. I mean, you've got a pressure problem, right? Have you got a better idea?
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 Quoting: dr.einstein


What happens when these five or six other wells cannot be capped either, something the pressure thread was trying to address? I don't know the solution, but alot of wise people here who don't co-opt the name Einstein - They are pondering the solutions, but in the mean time, those people in the LA danger zone need to be relocated at the expense of the oil man and politicians who allowed this mess. Their safety is the first issue. The second step is what every one here beside dr e is trying to do, consider all the variables(and there are many)and proceed cautiously...

Thinking before you act is a wise course of action.
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10/14/2012 10:27 PM
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Re: Don't make ASSUMPTIONS; try to Understand.
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Company man alert, he's spewing his load on every LA thread. Beware the quick fix. I think every one here is a lot smarter than to buy your line...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25450516


I don't know, man. I mean, you've got a pressure problem, right? Have you got a better idea?
 Quoting: ReVbo™

 Quoting: dr.einstein


What happens when these five or six other wells cannot be capped either, something the pressure thread was trying to address? I don't know the solution, but alot of wise people here who don't co-opt the name Einstein - They are pondering the solutions, but in the mean time, those people in the LA danger zone need to be relocated at the expense of the oil man and politicians who allowed this mess. Their safety is the first issue. The second step is what every one here beside dr e is trying to do, consider all the variables(and there are many)and proceed cautiously...

Thinking before you act is a wise course of action.
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well, i just thought it out for you.
BP and Transocean are the only ones on the planet
with the technology to fix this thing....
maybe you should start planning a "welcome home" parade
through downtown New Orleans for them :)

(we're talking about the leaking runaway macondo well (2010)
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10/14/2012 10:49 PM
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Re: Don't make ASSUMPTIONS; try to Understand.
Just watched the Jesse Ventura video about the planned depopulation of the Gulf - this is what I came up with:

BP Macondo drilling was done to breach a salt cavern - they drilled a lateral line and breached the cavern, then blew the rig up.

Waited for nature to take its course.

The oil from Macondo is now filling the cavern and causing the sink hole. (by the way, every sink hole I have ever seen was a gaping hole, not a filled cavern)

People will have to leave their beloved homes, as the area is no longer inhabitable. BP and other oil companies will move in and extract the now easily retrievable oil. They don't even have to drill for it now.

Only explanation for how the same oil found at BP Macondo is now in the salt cavern.

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